How can I use Dialog for conversations with my supervisor?

To prepare for the conversations you have with your supervisor, it is valuable to reflect on your goals. Additionally, you have a vertical bar on the right side that can support your discussions. You can use this bar to add discussion points and conversation notes. In this article, you will learn how to do this.

Talking Points:

Talking points are useful for preparing for your conversation. You can add topics that you would like to discuss with your supervisor. Your supervisor also has the option to share discussion points with you.

To do this, click on '+ Add talking point.' Then, briefly describe what you would like to discuss. You can specify whether a talking point is visible to your manager only or to you as well. Your colleagues or coaches will never have access to your discussion points. If you set a talking point as private, there will be a lock icon next to it, indicating that it is only visible to you.

You can edit or delete a discussion point that you have written. You can edit it by clicking on the pencil icon and delete it using the trash bin icon.

After you have had the conversation and discussed the point, you can check it off by clicking on the square box to the left of the discussion point. This way, your list remains organized.

Conversation Notes:

Under the 'Conversation' section, you will find recent updates about your goals and feedback. Additionally, you can write conversation notes here. Have you had a conversation with your manager? Then you can write a short report here with the most important things you discussed. You also have these notes at hand when you write your self-assessment.

You can keep this section organized by using filters. By filtering for conversation notes, you will only see the notes you have written, making it easy to find previous notes.



Using Dialog in this way can help you effectively prepare for and keep track of conversations with your supervisor, making your interactions more productive and efficient.

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